Volume 2, Issue 3, June 2021
Review Article

1. How to Fulfill Carotenoid Needs during Pregnancy and for the Growth and Development of Infants and Children – A Review

Monika Nur Utami Prihastyanti, Rosita Dwi Chandra, Diah Mustika Lukitasari
Pages: 101 - 112
Society’s latest lifestyle has developed to a more rapid mobilization and advanced technology which makes people’s daily needs of nutrients have altered as well. This phenomenon comes to consequences where healthy diet has been neglected and people consume food only to fulfill the calories—which can...
Review Article

2. Effects of pH, High Pressure Processing, and Ultraviolet Light on Carotenoids, Chlorophylls, and Anthocyanins of Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Juices

Rosita Dwi Chandra, Monika Nur Utami Prihastyanti, Diah Mustika Lukitasari
Pages: 113 - 124
Health consciousness and the need to maintain immune system have increased the demand for fresh fruit and vegetable juices due to the presence of nutritional benefits including colorful pigments such as chlorophylls, carotenoids, and anthocyanins. Besides providing green, yellow, and red color in fruits...
Review Article

3. Perspectives for Recognition and Rapid Detection of Foodborne Pathogenic Bacteria Based on Electrochemical Sensors

Yahui Wang, Xin Ma, Xiujuan Qiao, Pingping Yang, Qinglin Sheng, Ming Zhou, Tianli Yue
Pages: 125 - 139
Due to the misuse of pathogen-infected food, human beings continue to face serious diseases and even deaths. Thus, researchers from all walks of life concern on prevention, detection, and resistance for pathogenic bacteria. It is necessary to develop and explore a fast, cost-effective, portable, and...
Research Article

4. Inactivation of Staphylococcus aureus by the Combined Treatments of Ultrasound and Nisin in Nutrient Broth and Milk

Yongcheng Song, Yushuang Lu, Xiufang Bi, Liyi Chen, Lei Liu, Zhenming Che
Pages: 140 - 146
In this study, ultrasound (US) and nisin, applied individually or in combination (US + nisin), were investigated to determine their inactivation effect on Staphylococcus aureus in nutrient broth (NB) and milk. The inactivation of S. aureus by nisin at 0, 25 and 37°C followed “fast to slow” two-stage...
Research Article

5. Analysis Method of Lactoferrin Based on Uncoated Capillary Electrophoresis

Hui Chen, Zhenyu Wang, Fengjiao Fan, Pujie Shi, Xianbing Xu, Ming Du, Cong Wang
Pages: 147 - 153
The analysis of lactoferrin separation will be an important application in prospect. To develop a new strategy for the detection of lactoferrin, this work adopted the method of uncoated Capillary Electrophoresis (CE), through optimizing the parameters of background electrolyte, pH, surfactant, buffers...
Research Article

6. Physicochemical and Functional Properties of Starches from Pachyrhizus erosus with Low Digestibility

Xiao-Dan Shi, Jing-Jing Huang, Jin-Zhi Han, Shao-Yun Wang
Pages: 154 - 161
The search for novel natural ingredients has been stimulated by the food and non-food industries, and roots of Pachyrhizus erosus (jicama) emerges as promising crops for industrial production due to its crispy and succulent flesh and high yield. Therefore, jicama starches from Fujian Province (SFJ) and...